Ha! This is an old saying from the Army that I still love. We used this to talk ourselves into doing something we really didn’t want to do, but that we knew we had to get through to move on. It came to mind as I was reading about surrendering the things we’re afraid of … More Where Happiness Hides
Working through the Loss of Spouse is so difficult to understand. This workshop is full of practical tips and guidance.
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The path ahead following a crisis in our life like death, divorce, illness, job loss…you name it, it’s hard. It’s lonely. It’s full of unknowns, full of unanswered questions. How will I make it? … More Overcoming Fear, Worry, and Anxiety
Reconciliation was the topic in our DivorceCare workshop on Monday. To be clear, we weren’t pushing marriage restoration for everyone, just simply talking about ways to get to a place of civil interaction with our ex. Even that is a place that’s far out of sight for most that are in the middle of conflict; immersed in … More Civility with our Ex. Is it possible?
In last night’s DivorceCare workshop we talked about how we can help ourselves heal and move forward faster by letting go of the hurts, insults, and injustices that we suffer from our former spouses’ choices. This is truly my favorite session, because it is so vital to our recovery. It’s when I finally got this … More Healing Faster with Forgiveness
“If it would be good for he and his wife for her health to be restored, then it would be. ” … More Hope during Illness
Keeping a quiet heart before God as we heal and move forward, as we wait for Him to reveal His plans, answer our prayers, and soothe our hurts requires an absolute trust in His goodness. It requires knowing for ourselves, just as Jesus did, who we are, where we came from, what we have, and … More Be Still and Know
“He took away my guilt and reminded me that my life, my future, my journey belongs to Him” … More Letting Go
All of it, every sunrise filled with new hope, is recorded in the journals that tell the zig-zag story of our healing and recovery… … More Journaling the Journey
“God made death so real, but so beautiful….He saw all the stories that were going to come out. He saw all the hearts that would be touched.”